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the low pressure center that brought little bit of snow moves offfinto the atlantii, making room for the high pressure to build in. that will allow for breezy air if it's not as windy but it will bring plenty of sunshine. upper 50s to near 60 all week but then a small chaace of a shower we mentioned yesterday. on sunday it looks like we will come in on sunday night inno early monday if it comes in at all. now for a look at what is is a check of the traffic, candace. >> reporter: if you need to travel this morning. not a bad timeeto head out the door. not much to complain about. here say live look at 70 traveling at 29 through the howard area. you can see light activity in both directions. nothing to get in your way aal the way down toward the beltway. as for the beltway, the outer loop lanes they're in the green, from 795 to 95, 12 minutes at 53 miles per hour. %-the beltway down toward route2 in howard county, 10 minutes at 61 miles per hour there. an easy drive through baltimore. fort mchenry tunnel, 8
minutes, 52 iles per hour. that's a look at the mornings travels. patrice, back over to you. a west baltimore man faces more than a dozen kawnt counts f animal cruelty. police say he used a gef 12 gage gunshot to gun his own dog. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. this is one of stanley coleman's only dog still alive. it's a huskey named goodard. he has been staying at barcs recovering after a bad afternoon in a backyard. it call started when he tried to breakup a fight between goodard and his bullmastiff using boiling water. when that didn't work, he beat the dogs with a 2 by 4.3 as a last resort, he grabbed his shotgun and opened fire.
the one dog bled to death and another dog was found starved to death insid!!starved todeath in. >> now the person who answered the door where this suspected abuse happened in west baltimore says coleman is a truck driver ask and he issoften gone for long periods of time, but someone always stops by the house to care for the dogs. it's a crime we have been seeing a lot of here in the city lately and one that is not being taken lightly. last week, baltimore was the first city in the nation to establish an animal abuse commission. megan gilliland, fox 45 morning news. stay tuned for fox 45 -orning news for continuing coverage oo this story. we will talk with someone from the animal abuse task force with more on their reaction to this case and what they're doing to that is coming up later this hour. the attorney for a former rotc instructor accused of having sex with a 17 years old student wants to look at one of
the notes from the jury. the judge declared a mistrial in the case of charles ray moore after the jury could not come to a verdict. they deliberated for just 3 1/2 hours. attorney thomas more ow more roe note could have contained information of how the jury voted. but tte judge sealed part of the note and the attorney says that is against the rules 36 years old christopher white is charged with first-degree murder in the death of clearance myers junior. he was strangled at the north branch institution last november while serving two life sentences for setting a fire that killed his girlfriend's two young daughters. two weeks before his death, he was charged with trying to have the girl's mother killed while behind bbrs. sending sex text messages or sectiosextinging is becoming moe
common. under new policy, any student caught sexting will be expelled. if it's serious enough, the principal may also call police. some parents say the new policy is too harsh, but others say they have already warned their kids about the dangers of sexting. >> i mean, first of all, the kids aren't supposed to have a cell phone at school. i tell my son, you get caught, suffer the consequences point blank. >> frederick county isn't the3 first school district in maryland to address sexting and prosecutors across the state are also considering it a crime. ii turns out there could be a strong link between excessive texting and risky behavior. a new study finds that teens who text a lot are more likely to have sex or use alcohol and drugs than kids who don't send as many messages. the study focused on high schoolers who send more thann120 text a day ask who also spend at
least three hours a day on facebook. it only takes aacouple of minutes, but you can make a soldier's day. the red cross is once again sponsoring holiday mail for heros. joel d smith is live at the headquarters to show us how important a few words can be for those men and women. good morning, joel. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. the american red cross in central maryland does so much and the holiday for heros, the cards right here are very cool gesture. just something simple, thanks for all you do, that can go a long way. imagine opening that up if you have been overseas for a long we talk about other things that the red cross does. tell us about a penny from the heart. >> a penny from the heart was started miss karima crutche crue is 13 years old. the reason she started is to help service members family. the picture of anthony davis. master having the davis was serving in iraq on humanitarran
mission when he was shot and killed. because his family lives in baltimore, 17 siblings and of the services were held in virginia, we contacted the family of how we could help. >> reporter: you do it all the time in coordinating things. >> transportation was the biggest issue because all of the services were being held in virginia. we arranged for a bus from morgaa's bus tours to move 54 people to virginia for services and put them in 20 hotel rooms. >> reporter: how does penny from the heart do that. >> penny from the heart is the only fund that we have that is taking care of the spouses when suffered by loss. >> reporter: it's very for that cause we're talk about having a chance at nordstrom at towson and go and sign the cards as well. a lot of little things all around, pennies to cards, a lot of options for people. >> you always think of the red
cross when it comes to desaster relief and fire and that kind of thhng, and not so much necessarily in this aspect. this is good to go. >> reporter: during wartime that is where it started with claire a barton and the red still doing a lot. joel, thank ou. we're honoring our nation's heros here at fox 45. all this week send us a picture of your millitary friends or family members and we will honor them with a special soldier send your photos to pics at foxbaltimooe.com. former president george w. bush hits shelves today. titled decision point. the book is expected to reveal never before heard details about the president's time in office, including the september 11th attacks. some the names mentioned in the book john mccain, dick cheney and president obama. call of duty black ops hit shelves at midnight. the video game is the 7th installment of the call of duty
series. people have been waiting a long time to get their hands on the highly anticipated game. a spanish neighborhood has gone crazy for mario brothers. they have renamed their streets super mario in honor of cartoon plumber character. it's all part of a government sponsored project tt build homes for first time home buyers, residents were able to vote for their favorite street names through an online fold. who doesn't like junk food? one man is taking his love for sweets to a whole new leeel. zingers and kitcat. >> how his junk food diet helppd him lose 30 pounds. ú% reporterr i'm emily gracey live for a food
do you have a hunger to fight hunger? dunkin donuts the maryland food bank and the maryland transit administration are partnering to hold a family food drive. meteorologist emily gracey is live with this morning eos hometow'shometown hot spot. they are well on their way. >> reporter: they are well on their way. i brought my bag of food that i'm dropping off. once you drop off your food, you come over here and you can get free dunkin donuts, ginger bread
laaklarksltatte where. is all of this food going. >> this will go to be distributed to our different partnerships in america for thanksgiving. hopefully this will be on somebody's table in a few weeks. >> what are items that are most in need. >> canned tuna, tanned fruits cs and vegetables. and oat meals. >> reporter: we that there's a little bit of a reward to coming out. what do folks get. >> there's pancake bites, as well as harsh browns and dunkin donuts and ginger bread latte. come out and help and get great coffee. >> reporter: . >> reporter: you're taking monetary contributions too. >> one dollar can buy a lot of
%-any help we can get today woud be appreciated. >> reporter: so definitely we neee your help. come out here to the owings mills light rail station to donate food this morning, the holiday food drive is going on until 9:00 a.m. so you still have a few hours left. for more information log on to foxbaltimore.com/morning. and it looks like temperatures will be in the up ever upper 50r today. we will have clear skies, mostly sunny conditions, a little breezy but nothing compared to the wind we had today and yesterday, steve. the windssare calming down. still a little bit chilly this morning. i think i will warm up with a ginger bread latte. >> people should come down, because it's not that cold this time of year. >> reporter: not as cold as in the past couple of days. you can see that is a dry scan once again. it will allow the temperatures -o drop a little bit this morning, but as we were saying it's not too bad. take a look at 48 degrees, not bad at the innerrharbor for this time of year at this hour and3
partly cloudy skies. winds out of the west at 8 miles per hour. as emily was saying the winds can be a bit breezy but not as gusty as yesterday. 28.9 and holding steady on the barometer. the indication of the dry air and the room we still have to move as far as temperatures dropping a little bit more this morning. 23 at wilmington, delaware. 42 in magers town and you see the -- at hagerstown and northwest wind right now at 5-10 miles per houu. it could breeze up to 15 nd gusts as high as 20 miles per hour. not like yesterday when we had 30 to 35-mile per hour gusts. no gusts right now, though, we had a little bit more earlier this morning as emily was indicating. you can see the future scan showing us low pressure offshore. a little farther off to the east. the high pressure builds more. that will be one of the reasons to see the winds decrease today. we will be talking about plenty of sunshine through rest of the week, pretty much until later on
sunday and into your mooday as we get a chance for a shower through.h the next front coming for today, though the eastern shore, 57 degrees for the high. not bad, partly cloudy skies. threat seasonable 10, 20-mile-an-hour winds. a little breezy there than elsewhere. we will move inland, we will get the winds at 10 gusting to 20. that will be within a degree of normal for this time of year. mostly sunny here and back to the west also with mainly sunny skies. high temperature there of 59 degrees. unless you go further out to the higher elevations in which case the low 40s for the highs. there's a big difference from hagerstown out oakland. 41 ddgrees for the overnight low tonight under mainly clear skies. it will bb a breezy night still with winds varying some, 5-15 miles per hour and after today's 58, 59 for tomorrow. mostly sunny. a lot of sunshine as we get tooard 60 degrees o or above thursday and friday and saturday as well. more cloud cover toward the end of the week, too and that
outside chance of a shower overnight sunday into monday. let's see what is happening on the roadways with candace dold who is here with the traffic edge. candace. >> reporter: steve, there's goinggbeetooa decent morning out there. in fact, we're liking the numbers as far as the actual speeds are concerned. right now on 95 traveling through whitemarsh at 49 miles per hour there. ann just at 63 miles per on the 95 ight near 395. let's take a live look out there. 83 moving in baltimore county, those cars are just cruising along, northbound, southbound lanes all the way down toward the beltway. and in fact, it's going to be a nice and quiet ride on the jfx as well, taking the southbound lanes all 28 toward north avenue and eventually into the downtown region. if you're going to approaching baltimore trrveling through the tunnels, let's take a live look through the fort mchenry tunnel. nothing to get in the way just p the congestion through the toll plaza through the tubes. 95 is in the green toward the beltway. let's see how it looks near the airport, that 195 and we don't have any brake lights in either
direction. now at 95, looks good, 295 looks good. let's see how 97 looks ttaveling through anne arundel county right now, there's nothing to get in the way and it's going to be incident free, northbound and southbound lanes. that's a look at the morning travels. patricee back over to you. thank you, candace. coming up have a bone to pick with washington. which west side is looking to get your questions to the president answered. call him nutty but not to call him crazy. what serious message this professor is trying to convey with his weight
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and candy bars. the college professor used the junk food diet and lost 30 pounds. >> reporter: kansas state university in the heart of manhattan, kansas, it's called the little apple. the state is known for two things right now, the top 10 basketball team and now the nutty professor. >> mark cobb says people are called him a little nutty and he ddesn't mind, after all he likes his nutty bar and jump food, lots of junk food. while you can call him nutty do not call him crazy. he has lost 30 pounds using this stuff and the attention has gone viral. he has been on national t.v. and online talking about eating junk in moderation. >> zingers, nestle crunch bar. >> i have talked to people rom norway, india. >> reporter: it's carefully counting calories and documenting everything from those nuttt bars to, well,
everything else. it's all documented carefully to make sure he is not over eating and it he lost the weight by eating in moderation. -obody in his class has tried it even though some are planning. we asked other students would you try the diet. >> i tried to cut down on fast food but it's not working. >> reporter: he says it's fine, it's okay to eat fatty fast food if you count calories. >> i eat at a restaurant anddi eat when i get there and eat when i leave. >> reporter: fine, he says the diet works so long as you are counting. what is the future of the junk food diet? he has branched out t to potato chips. with the success in dropping the pounds and the media attention, he is not ruling out turning his big loss into a bbok deal. >> that has been discussed but
not formally working on something at this point. >>the professor says it wasn't twinkie all the time. he will ate vegetables and meat while on his junk food diet. happy meals could be a thing of the past for residents in a city of san francisco if the city gets its way. the city is working on banning toys from the meals unless restaurantt can boost the food value. they would have until december of next year to make their feals city officials expect mcdonald to challenge the ordinance once approved. we want to know what you think, can junk food or fast food be a part of a healthy lifestyle? we will take the calls of at in the 7:00 hour. send us a tweet at fox baltimore or text your answer to 45203. enter fox 45a for yes or fox 45b
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i@@@@ welcome back to fox 45 morning news on a tuesday morning, 6:30 is the time. i'm patrice harris. let's get a check our forecast, meteorologist tee steve fertig s here and this is the time o of year. i should stop saying it's a cold morning. >> you can if you would like, but it's really where it should be, it's seasonable. we are returning to cooler temperatures. let's take a look at hd radar and this is what you find. we have dry conditions. and the snow spinning off the new england coast.
it as it does, it moves slowly southeast it makes room for high pressure to move in. that is why we have clear skies and less windy conditions, stilú a brazey day coming your way. 48 temperature in baltimore which is not too bad. 44 in d.c. and the and ffr the west the dew points upper 20s and lower 30s. that means it's dry and there's still room for the temperatures to drop before the sun comes up. a northwest breeze at 10-15 miles per hour and it gust higher from time to time. here is candace dold with a check on the traffic edge. candace, how are we looking out there. >> reporter: steve, we do have an accident to talk about on 95, a crash on the southbound lanes at mountain road. it was just reported so no significant delays as of yet, but we will continue to monitor that, because you will at least find the activity theree to get around all of that, you can use 40 instead. on 95, a little bit farther down, let's take a live look, traaeling hrough baltimore county, here it is at whitemarrh boulevard and we are delay free, northbound, and southbound lanes down toward the beltway.
speaking of the beltway, so far, so good. from 95 up toward 83, 11 minutes, 54 miles per hour, 52 miles per hour with an 8-minute ride from 83 up toward 795. notice, though, the volume is increasing and it's really starting to slow down from 795 toward 95, now at 44 miles per hour with a 14 minute clip. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice, over to you. police say a west baltimore man used a 12 gage shotgun to shoot his wn dog in his oww backyard. that's not the only dog he is accused of killiig. megan gilliland is live with a story you're seeing first on fox. good morning, megan. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. stanley coleman is accused of killing not one but two of his own dogs. this is his only dog still living, a huskey, now recovering at barcs animal shelter, known to workers there as goodard. out alive after a deedily day at
coleman's backyard. it started when he was trying to breakup a fight between goodard and his bullmastiff using boil water. when that didn't work, he beat the doos with a 2 by 4. as a last resort, coleman grabbed his gunshot and opened fire. >> it's disturbing that you would open use gunshot. >> the massiv mass tive did pleo death. a person ho answered the door where the suspected abuse happened said coal nan is a truck driver and he is gone for ú%long period of time. someone stops by the house and takes care of dogs. coleman was charged with 15 counts of animal abuse. megan gilliland. fox 45 morning news. stay tuned with fox 45 morning news for continuing coverage of this story. we will talk with someone from
the antianimal abuse task force with more reaction to the case and what they're doing to prevent future abuse. that is coming up later this hour. a man just released from prison is found dead in a vacant public works crews discovered the body of darius currie inside of this home on west lexington street on saturday. police say he hhd just been released on prison on october 26th. investigators are trying to figure out who killed him. police do not have a suspect or motive. an elderly woman is in serious condition this morning after jumping out a second floor window to escape her burning house. it happened monday morning on bex hill road in woodland. neighbors called firefighters to report the flames then they found 87 years old h he edna sis lying in the bushes. she barely escaped the fire after waking up to blaring smoke
detectors. >> i started for the stairs but i cooldn't find the stairs because there was too much smoke. so i went to -- >> simmons suffered a head injury. no word on what caused the fire. a tragic story out of pennsylvania. parents say their son took his life after being bullied at school. school administrators say they didn't know anything about it. according to the teen's mother, her son was picked on over the way he dressed and for his soft spoken manner. she wonders each day if his death could have been prevented. >> if the bullying would have been corrected, maybe it wouldn't have gotten to this point. maybe he wouldn't have taken his life. i don't know. >> days before the teens suicide, hii high school held an antibullying assembly for students. school officials say it was not in response to any specific problems at the high school. the proposal to build a
wal-mart in the remington neighborhood is one step away from getting the go ahead. approved the plan last night. it would bring a shopping center to the site of the old anderson automotive dealership near 25th and howard street. even though the city council seems this think it's a gooo idea. many neighbors are still concerned about the potential impact on traffic and small businesses. >> i think it'ssgoing to bring some much-needed jobs, but i'm businesses that might bed andl i'm hoping that, you know, the wal-mart officials, the law officials would recognize and reach out to the small businesses and help stabilize them instead of putting them out of business. >> final zoning approval on the project is expected to happen next week. it only takes a couple of minutes, but you can make a soldier's day. the red cross is once again sponsoring holiday mail for heros and joel d smith is live at their headquarters to i!to sw
you how important a few words can be for men and women. >> reporter: a simple program, but a new one. they have been doing this for a couple of years, 3 million, yes 3 million letters have been sent out. a lot of those coming from the local chapter from the red cross. i got douglas here with me. how long have you been doing this. >> this, this is our second yea3 doing it. we had great success. >> reporter: you have already done collections. >> we did collections at the mall of in columbia and folks have been bringing cards here. >> reporter: can we have a picture of the cards. >> she says dear soldier, thank you for fighting for my primpings in the usa. >> reporter: she says she is thankful. she is glad that they are able to do this. you are loved and remembered and appreciated. what kind of reaction do you hear from the soldiers who get these cards. >> it's a simple mmssage, but it's one that connects them to
the people back home. it lets them know that they're not forgotten and that people do appreciate the sacrifices they are doing. >> reporter: next event to do this, where is it. >> at the towson town mall at the nordstrom. from 10:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon. come out and sign a card. reporter: you will supply the cards. >> we will supply the cards or you can make some at home and bring them down. >> reporter: and the postage. >> we will take care of the postage. >> reporter: in case you can't make it to that event, they can bring them here. >> yes, bring them here and drop them off the at the red cross at central maryland and we will take care of the rest. >> reporter: they will feel great when they get these cards. >> t should be a family affair. get evvrybody involved, the kids, the parents and everybody should do it. >> reporter: some of these homemade cards, family members did that. a good event to let everybody know what is going out there. >> joel, thank you. we are honoring our nation's heros here on fox 45. all this beek, you can send us a
picture of your millitary friends and family members, we will honor them with a special soldier salute. sends your photos to pics at you have heard the expressions the dog ate my homework. what about the dog ate my cash. for one man in seattle that is what happened. in this case it wasn't $5, it was more than $1,000. the man says it all started when he discovered a $5 bill on his deck. now that quickly led to panic when he discovered the monny came from an envelope that was now empty. >> and i saw a spot where cosmo had dug. i started digging here and i barely got below the surface and i got a lot of bills and dirt. >> cosmo, the dog ate $300 in cash, and $900 worth of checks. he looos veey satisfied. the man says the envelope contained money collected from socccr fundraising. he is promising to make good on
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the winds northwest at 5-10 miles per hour. %-the low pressure is moving off the southeast and the high pressure will move in. that will allow are to the winds to be less strong then they were yesterday of the diminishing winds for today and even into tomorrow, much less then. the high pressure will be sitting over us. what you can kept for today if you're in the eastern shore, high temperatureeof 57 degrees near seasonable. winds out the northwest at 10-20 miles per hour gusting to 30. another breezy day even if not windy as yesterday. the central part of the state, getting up to 58 degrees and that will come around 2 to 3:00 this afternoon. thh northwest wind at 10-20 miles per hour gusting to 20.3 if you're in the western part of maryland, 59 the warmest area if you're looking at points east in the western section. in other words, hagerstown, about 59 degrees, but then you go further points west and only low 40s as you et to the higher elevations toward oakland. a big ddfference from west to eest. 41 degrees for the overnight low tonight under mainly cleer skies. it will be breezy and then
tomorrow, 59 degrees, veterans day, 60 and sunny, we stay in the 60s through saturday, near that sunday, monday with more clouds and showers, sunday into monday, possible. here is candace dold with a check on the traffic edge. candace. >> reporter: well, steve things are starting to pick up on the west side of the beltway. we are seeing the congestion on 695, traveling outer loop lanes near security boulevard, 31 miles per hour there. we need to talk about a few accidents. there's a new one into the newsroom, on the southbound lanes of 83. it's at belfaat road. so could always use york road or even falls road as an alternate route. we're talking about an accident on 95 in the northeast corner. it's on the southbound lanes right at mountain road. the good news about this one, it's in the clearing stages, but you can always just avoid aal of that activity ann use 40 as at alternate route. on 95, farther down let's take a live look at whitemarsh. the northbound llnes the traffic
is flowing freely. it's a bit sluggish approaching the beltway on 95. a cramped ride dispurr set of on eventually toward the fort ú%henry tunnel. a live look at 195 traveliig at 95, we haven't had any issues to report. that continues to be the case. northbound and southbound traffic, that is traveling up to speed. as far as the beltway taking a live look at frederick road on the outer loop lanes. we have congestion traveling toward 695, nothing to attract your attention in either direction. that's a look at the morning travels. back to you. president obama is greeted by protesters in independent in. what is he is expected -- what he is expected to do over the next two days. if you're one of the 60% of americans when wears glasses, you know how expensive they can be to buy. consumer reports shows us which stores charge the most
new this morning, president obama continues with his tour through asia. you're taking a live look from independent initial why where th--independent indonesia, where the president is speaking with thh nation's prez. he is attending a dinner and visiting the largest mosque in northeast asia. many are united in an opposition to a muslim center only 40% of muslims support the idea. when it comes to catholics, only 25% are on bbard with it. the proposed site would be two blocks away from where the twin towers used to stand. the pittsburgh steelers remain tied. the steelers beat the bengals
27-21 on monday night football, giving pittsburgh a 6-2 record. a ballimore man is facing charges of animal abuse after police discover two dead dogs in his yard. onone dog tte man poured boiling water ovee him and shot with a 12 gage shotgun. a 3rd dog was rescued ffom the home and is eing cared fore at barcs. this is the latest case of animal abuse in the city, some of them so horrendous, they grab national head lines. jennifer griffith is joining us with more on what is being done to stop cases like these. >> good morning, patrice. >> when you hear of another case like this, do you throw your hands up and say, what are we to do? do you feel like you guys are making progress in spite of cases like these? >> these cases are always hard and this one is particularly disturbing, because you saw one that died a fast and painful
death, and another animal that died a slow and painful death. the thing is someone called the police. the police investigated this thoroughly and animal control investiggted this thoroughly and now it's up on the court. >> what should happen to a person like this in terms of punishment, because that is where we said we have to try to strengthen some the laws? >> with respect to the animal cruelty laws, he has been charged with one count of animal cruelty which carries a maximum of three year sentence and multiple cruelty charges which carry a maximum of 90 day sentence. and therr's provision that the court could order him to get psychological counssling. >> how long has the task force been in place. >> it was in place for a year and it expired. we were excited that last week the mayor signed legislation to convert the task force from one year group to a standing commission. ú%w we willlreport to city council and the mayor and continue on?
>> and in the time that you all have been working, even though we hear stories like this on occasion, how much progress has what are the significant changes that you all feel good about that are happening in the city? >> we had never been tracking animal abuse cases until now. that is something that has started. there's been a significant amount of training of animal enforcement officers and police officers, we want to continue that with judges and ve veterinarians and there's been a tremendous out reach toopeople to report the crime when they see it and children.ú >> there's more awareness. people are talking about it and willing to get involved and call -olice when they see things like this. >> they recognize that link between animal abuse is how man violence and they're starting to get it? >> that has beennthe correlation. if this man is willing to pick up a shotgun and kill his own dog, who is next. >> we can't treat this as a property crime. it's a serious violent act. >> keep up the work with ttis,
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>>now on fox 45 morning news. >> it's appalling and shocking. a house of horrors. how two dogs died in this man's backyard and the charges he is facing this morning. the election is over, the chances, the promises you heard on the campaign trail will really happen. share the holiday spirit with our nation's heros, how you can send your own soldier salute..3 live in high definition on fox 45 baltimore. good morning. it's tuesday, november 9th. you are taking a live look at president obama. he is in indonesia. this is part of his 10-day tour
through asia. he is theer. this is for two days in indonesia, actually. we are going to get more of what is going on there in a few minutes as they continue to speak. ú%od morning, i'm patrice harris. let's get a check of our forecast, a little closer to home. meteorologist steve fertig is here with more on what we can expect. what we can expect, patrice, is a pretty ormal day although we are do tart with temperature that are a llttle bit warmer that they would be in the morning. we will end up where they should be in the afternoon. you are looking at sky watch hd radaa right now. you will allow a nice dry scan as high pressure continues to control our weather. that low pressure center is moving off to the east now and as it does, it makes room for the high pressure and it moves in a little bit more. that will diminish the wind some. still a breezy day, not as bad as the starting temperature in baltimore. look at hagerstown, 32 in oakland. a range of temperatures this morning of the at the bus stop, 32 degrees, the northwest wind at 5-15 miles per hour.
32 degrees should do it by the noon hour, before we top out around 58 at 2 to 3:00 this afternoon, dropping back to 543 at 6:00 p.m. clear skies for the most part throughout the day. let's see when is happening on the roadways with candace dold. she is here with the track edge. candace.3 steve we do have talk about an accident on 83 in northern baltimore county. it's a crash on the southbound lanes at belfast road. let's take a live look at 83 farther up at north caramel road. while we have a sluggish road on the southbound lanes. you will find that all the way up toward the activity. you will want to use york road or even falls road as the alternate route. once you approach the beltway from 83 up toward 795, it's in the green, but quickly increasing, 9 minutes right now 47 miles per hour. and well, the west side of the beltway, from 795 down toward 95, it's slow go, 17 minutes, 36 miles per hour there. doing much better on 95 through baltimore from the fort mc mchenry tunnel, toward the beltway, 8 minutes at 55 miles per hour. that's a look at the morning
travels. patrice, back over to you. a west baltimore man faces more than a dozen counts of animal cruelty. ú%lice say e used a 12 gage shotgun to gun down his own dog. megan gilliland is live with the story you're seeing firrt on fox, good morning, megan.ú >> reporter: galveston goodgo>, patrice, this is stan coleman's dog, the only dog that is alive. he is staying at barcs recovering after a violent ú%ternoon in the backyard. coleman told police it all started when he tried to breakup a fight between goddardd goodars bullmastiff with boiling water. when that didn't work, he graped a grabbed a 2 by 4. another dog was found starved to death trapped innide of a crate. >> full of water and feces.
it's just a horrible way for the animal to die. why would you have the animals if this is how you're going to treat them. >> the person who answered the door where the suspected abuse happened at est baltimore. says that coleman is a truck driver and is gone for a long period of time, but someone stops by the house and takes care of the dog. it's a crime that we have been seeing in the cityylately. just last week baltimore became the first city in the u.s. to establish an animal abuse commission. an elderly woman is in serious condition this morning after jumping out a second store window to escape her burning house o. neighbors called firefighters to report the flames and then they found 76 years ld edna simmons lying in the bushes. she suffered a head injury. no word on what caused the fire. almost a decade after making headlines for being kidnaaped in her teens, elizabeth smart takes
the stand against hhr accused captor. brian david mitchell is on trial charged with kidnapping elizabeth in 2002 and holding her captive for nine months. they were arried in a hasty sermon other and hh raped her every day of her captivity. american student a am dah ax who was convicted of measur -- murdering her roommate. italian police say he was lying when they said they beat her and are suing her with slander. a tirade that includes choice words is caught on tape. >> the next time you come against the united states and i'm going to give you -- and i don't care if [ inaudible ] comes in here. >> three students say science
teacher andrew larson yelled at them for laughing at class. one of the boys had been in trouble with larson before which is why he pulled out the phone and pushed record. >> many students say they support larson and his actions and they showed it by conducting a sit in outside of his classroom. maryland's mission feed all of its children mar archs on. today marks theetwo year anniversary of thh program to end childhood hunger. governor o'malley gives an update on his goal to end hunger by 2015. become 200,000 children went hungry in the state last yearr it will only take a couple of minutes but it can make a soldier day. the red cross is sponsoring holiday mail for heros..3 joel d smith is joining us to
show us how important a ffw words can be. >> reporter: everyone out there haa a chance to do thisú and put itt n our schedule. it only takes a couple of minutes and writing a few words can mean so much. to prove that point, we have cheryl from the red cross, but you're also a millitary wife. where is your husband right now? >> my husband is at home with my two girls, but he was deployed over seas to iraq, and it meant a lot for him to really get simple thank you and it really means a lot to him. >> reporter: what was it like for you knowing that other people who don't even know him cared ennugh to do this? >> well, it shows that the people still care. the american people still care about the se sacrificcs that the millitary members give up for their country every day. >> repooter: these are premade cards and when you come out, you will offer that. some are made by families. dear soldier if only i could meet you.
you inspire me to knowwthat human is kind aad courageous. people can do the same thing. >> certainly, our event is at nordstroo at the towson ttwn center mall. we will be at the 4th floor atrium on veterans day. so we invite everybody to comm out and join us. >> reporter: great and they're supplying the cards, %-all you have to do is come out and fill out a card. if you want to drop it by here the red cross you can do that until december second. we're live here at the red cross headquarters. joel d smith. we are honoring our nation's heros right here at fox 45. all this week you can send us a picture of your millitary -riends or fallly members and we will honor them with a special foxbaltimore.com. happy meals could be a thing of the past for res cents of sa- residents of san francisco if the city gets its way. the city is fighting to ban toys
from fast food meals unless restaurants can boost the nutritional value in its meals. under the proposal, mcdonald's is other fast food joints would have until december of next year to make their meals more healthy. >> that brings us to the question of the day, can junk food be a part of a healthy diet? we will take your calls in next hour. go to foxbaltimore.com or you can text your answer to 45203, 45b for no.5a for yes, or fox coming up president obama makes another stop on his 10 day tour of asia. his personal connection to indonesia. and i'm emil emily emily g!t the owings mill metro station where they are rule the tweet.
do you have a hunger to help? join dunkin donuts and the mta for their holiday food drive. emily gracey is live for the food drive. i would gladly onate some food if it meant coffee in exchange. >> reporter: one of the great ielsitems they need is peanut butter. i'm dropping off my peanut butter and you get a $2 gift card for dunkin donuts and you can come overrhere and pick up delicious food. what are we eating this morning3 >> reporter: dunkin donuts harsh brown bites. tell me where all of this food is going. >> we're donating the food to the maryland food bank. anything that we have over we will donate to the food bank as well. anybody that comes over, we will
make the donation, will get a free ginger bread latte. >> you can donate to the holiday food drive at the owings mills metro station through 9:00 a.m. it is going on. foxbaltimore.com/morning. it will be mostly sunny today.3 and the temperatures will be in the upper 60s. warm up with a cup of coffee. the harsh browns are great, too. at dry condiiions right now. it's going to be a pretty day with a lot of sunshine and temperatures that will be climbing through the afternoon to about nnomal. we should get into the upper 50s. looking at a dry scan as we check out our sky hd radar. 48 degrees in baltimore, 46 in d.c., 42 in salisbury and only %-and even cooler in oakland.n a range of temperatures then.
low pressure moves off to the south and east away from new england. it will be a breezy day but not as wwndy as high pressure becomes a little bit moreover head. it's going to continue to move in our direction and we should plenty of sunny days this week but temperatures staying above -- above seasonable all week ú%ng. it will be as they say breezy even if it's noo as windy as yesterday. high pressure is going to be windy overhead so it diminishes the wind some. the central part of the state with mostly sunny skies and a 10-15-mile-an-hour wiid should do it with gusts higher. back to the west, 59 degrees for ú%e high but that is for hagerstown and cooler as you go toward the west and oakland where it can it's only to be in the 40s for the high temperature. it will be breezy at times with 5-15-mile-an-houu winds. tomorrow 59 degrees, mostly sunny. stays dry all the way through the week with the exception of
sunday night into monday. there could be a light shower, otherwise we should be near 60 degrees pretty much eech and every day this week. let's see what is happening on the roadways with candace dold who is here with the traffic edge. candace. >> reporter: well, steve that morning rush is on and now we do have some very slow speeds out ú%ere. in fact on 95 traveling through whitemarsh at 24 miles per hour. loop of the beltway at harford road. a bit of congestion on the jfx32 miles per hour on the northern parkway. we do need to talk about 83 on northern baltimore county. it's at belfast road. let's take a live look at 83 at mount caramel. you can see drivers are sit in the traffic toward the activity. to avoid awful thhs, yoo could always use falls road or even goryork road as at alternate o. assfor the beltway, once you get past all of that, traveling on the outer loop lane, it's going to be congestion that you will have to deal toward pikeville and down toward 795.
let's take a live will be around the bend at liberty road and outer loop lanes and even inner ú%op, seeing the fair delays here in the intersection. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice, back over to you. sugar lands new cd is called "the incredible machine." that is what you can win from fox 45. we are giving away a yamaha, 7.1 channel three theater in a box a lucky viewer. that is the grand prize. the second prize is an ipod nano. you can qualify now by being the 10th caller at (410)481-4545. and each qa qualifier gets a cop
new this morning, new england patriots quarterback tom brady is the newest pitch man for baltimore's base underarmor. i signed an endorsement deal and will appear on advertisements and do public appearances for the company. former president george w. bush's new book hits store shelves today titled "decision point." the book is expected to reveal never before details of the president in office, including the september 11 attacks. sometime names mentioned in the book, dick cheney and president obama. the second stop of president owobama's asia tour brings him o indonesia. he is expect toed finalize a comprehensive partnership with the country, but some muslims have staged a protest head of his visit saying he hasn't done enough to reach out to members of their faith.
sandra endo joins us to talk more about president's indonesia -- asia tour. >> reporter: this is the second stop of his 10 day trip to asia and the president has a busy itinerary and has just ended two days in india. after this he is going to be talking up the economy going to the g20 summit in south korea and to an apex summit in japan. a busy i10 rarey. the one thing we know that is new today is that the white house is indicating that because of this major volcanic eruption, there's volcanic ash covering parts of the city and filling the air. you can see the statue with a thick layer of ash. that is why president obama will likely according to the white house have to cut his trip short in indonesia. as you know, patrice, this was for a time president obama's childhood home. they have commemorated and marked this spot with a school
and a statue of a young, they call him barry here. a young boy named barry and that is his statue in commemoration of him as well as his school. this is interesting. this is an actual picture of the outsiie of his childhood home. it's there and we're gettinn an inside look and this is his bedroom where the president used to stay and study as a kid. very interesting insight into his previous life just growing up there. again, as you mentionee patrice, the main point of this trip is to bolster the relationship between the u.s. and indonesia before he heads off to south korea. >> it's interesting to see that statue and how his home is being commemorated because i know there's protesters there as well who don't think e has done enough for the muslim faith. what do they want president obama to do. >> reporter: well, their message, interestingly enough was full display yesterday. there was a protest about 20,000 people strong. as you know indonesia has the
largest muslim population in the world and their message to president obama is that they view him same as president -- former president george w. bush. they believe that these two prezes have oppressed the muslim faith and culture instead of really embrace it. they're sending a message to president obama that more needs to be done. there needs to be more tolerance for muslims and they want to really stop the war also in the middle east..3 sandra endo, reporting live from washington. thank you. cominn up later on fox 45 morning news, frederick county schools are cracking down on sexting. the punishment a student could face under a new policy. next did a raven stit in the fac-- spit on the face of a dolphin? dolphin? hear the allegations from
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the baltimore ravens can't rely on the cincinnati bengals. the bang else fell short on night foo football. the steelers turned a fumble and a an interception into points against the bengals. the steelers have a first place3 tie with the ravens. >> reporter: good morning, everybody. here is your first look at sports. as the ravens got back to work yesterday getting ready for thursday's night game in atlanta. they were facedde faced with a g distraction. in the 3rd quarter mcclain and linebacker ot tangled up.
mcclain according to crowder spat on him. it's caused a fire storm and there's calls for a fine or even a suspension. he is adamant that what he alleges actually happened. >> get the pin pens out and wri, my face. you eep writing. he spit in my face and that's why i got mad. the refs told me, they didn't see nothing. they didn't see the spit hit my face. [bleep] [bleep]. so go tell them. >> the referee was right there. he didn't see anything. i would have moved on from there. a quick turn around, i mean i'm getting prepared for atlanta. this is behind me. you know, he can keep on doing. what are you doing man, i'm here up with the ravens and getting ready for atlanta.
but if it wasn'' the way it we will pass on that. that game is history. last week, gary williams, maryland terrapins, hit in the exhibition opener. last night the games started counting for real in the 3rd post of the fast rising seattle squad in the regular season opener. first half, maryland fresh hen keshan howard shows the athleticism. it gives it up ahead for howard and he flies in for the jam. the terps for the early lead. more from the young turtles and a half court pass to howard. mosley the easy two, howard can 8 assists. maryland back up by 2. ball, terps and transition, makes behind the back pass to williams and the ssphomore big man finishes strong, 17 points, 3 rebounds. ú%ryland fighting for the loose ball. jjmes goes in for the two handed
slam, and maryland leads by 10. chris tucker wide open from behind the yard, he burns them. 3 pointer, tucker finishee with 16. it wasn't the most artistic game but the terps win easiy in the first game of the year, 105-7676 over seattle. it's the first for the high school game of the week. you can vote by going to foxbaltimore.com and clicking on high school game of the week. maybe you will see your school this friday night. here is this week's slated games. playoff time on he old grid iron. franklin goes up to harford inn3 3a north. stephen decatur at northern hill each match up in the city dunbar and south side play in a south game. we will announce the winner on thursday night. that's your morning sports. i'm bros continuin bruce cunnin. fox 45 morning news.
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forecast. meteorologist steve fertig is here. hi, steve inside good morning, patrice. temperatures are noo too bad at this hour, but they will gee seasonable upper 50s. this is not too bad. we are starting warmer than we should be at this time of year. 42 in salisbury, cooler in hagerstown, 31 degrees. as you can see dry conditions with clear skies. ththe high pressure moves out to ssa. it will be a breezy day before the winds diminish even more tomorrow and we will see sunshine through the remainder of the week before we get a chance of a shower, not a whole lot in wait of rain. a light shower on sunday into monday. otherwise, 50s isslow 60s etty mch all week long with all of that sun. let's see what is happening on the roadways with candace dold.3 she is here with the traffic edge to let you know what the commute looks like. candace. >> reporter: steve, we haven't had too many accidents this morning. we are painly dealing with the volume. right now it's going to be a
heavy ride 95 toward 83. we're in the red, 25 mines at 24 miles -- 25 minutes at 24 miles per hour. doing better taking from 83 up toward 795. the dreaded west side of the beltway, from 795, down toward 95, a very heavy ride, 25 minutes, 25 miles per hour there. that's a look at your morning travels. patrice, over to you. man used a 12 gage shotgun to shoot and kill his own dog in his own backyard. and it's not the only dog he is accused of killing. megan gilliland is live with a story you're seeing first on fox. good morning, megan. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. stanley coleman is accused of killing not one but two of his own dogs. this here is the only dog that is sill alive a huskey now recovering at barcs animal
shelter known to workers there as goodarr. on he the only dog making it out alive. it all starttd when he was trying to breakup a fight between his huskey the bullmastiff. he threw boiling water and beat them with a 2-by 4 and when that didn't work, he pulled out his 12 gage shotgun. >> what would you shoot next? >> the mastiff id bleed to death, and another dog of coleman's was found trapped inside of a crate starved to death. a person who anssered the door where the suspected abuse happened in west baltimore says coleman is a truck driver is often gone for long periods of time, but someone always stops by the house to take care of the dog..3 coleman was arrested and charged with 15 counts of animal abuse. megan gilliland. fox 45 morning news. a state prison inmate heads to trial accused of killing his
cell mate. christopher white is charged with first-degree murder in the death of clearns myers junior. myers was strangled while serving two life sentences for setting a he fire thht killed his girlfriend's two young daughters. two weeks before his death he was charged with trying to have the girl's mother killed while behind bars. sending sexting is becoming more common among teens and kids. now schools are trying to put an end to it. under frederick new policy any student caught sexting could be caught or even expelled. if it's serious enough, the principal may call police. some parents say the new policy is too harsh. others say they havv warned police about the dangers of sexting. >> first of all, the kids aren't supposed to have a cell phone at school. i tell my son, you get caught, suffer the consequences point blank.
>> frederick isn't the first school district in mmryland to address sexting and prosecutors across the statt are also considering it a crime. it turns out there could be a strong link between excessive texting and risky behavior. a new study finds that teens who text a lot aae more likely to have sex or use alcohol and %-any messages.s who don't use the study focused on high schoolers who sent more than 120 text a day and spent three hours a day on facebook. san francisco rescuers are trying to save several seagulls after they are found wearing beer can collars. wildlife organizations in san francisco have discovered at many as 5 seagulls with the collars over the last two there's no way the birds could have collared themselves and while the animals aren't in any immediate danger. from flushing their feathers. that could be deadly as the
temperatures drop into the winter. that is so sad. >farmers whose livelihood was impacted by the drought is getting assistance from capitol %-the white house approved aid r the farmers who lost 30% of their crop. farmers in baltimore county and city qualify under the desaster declaration. for a gift that always fits and will never be returned, don't forget to add soldiers to theeholiday shopping list. the maryland red cross of central maryland is organizing holiday mail for heros. joel d smitt is there to show us how we can all help, good morning joel. >> repooter: good morning, patrice. you can maae this yourself or they hhve versions for you as well. american red cross providing cards for the troops. this one saying, thank you for your service. can you imagine, you're overseas and you miss everybody at home and somebody you don't know takes the time to do this.
cindy, where can people do this? this, they can do it at the towson town mall center at nordstrom. >> reporter: cards will be accepted at the chapter until december the second. >> reporter: you're doing that and that's a great program. 3 million of these sent out in the last couple of years. tell us about pennies from heaven. >> this is master sergeant davis. masmass certify sergeantmaster d and as result his niece started penny from the heart. it goes to families impacted by the casualtiee. the article is at the guide post magazine. it can be found at our website. >> reporter: it tells us how it got started and the transportation cost is the problem for a lot of people. >> we found that transportation, -f calls away, flowers and things like that come up. ú%mily is not prepared to pay for that suddenly. these funds help to supplement
those costs. >> reporter: a lot of ways you can help out this hollday season. protect us all yearlong, but certainly during the holidays we want to let them know we are thinking about them. joel d smith, fox 45 morning news. we are honoring our nation's heros right here at fox 45. all this week you can send us a picture of your millitary friends or family members and we will honor them with a special soldier salute. just send your photos to pics at foxbaltimore.com. imagine going on a diet that includes ating twinkies and other junk food. mark a nutrition professor from kansas state university did it and lost 27 pounds. the professor wanted to prove calorie counting is what matters when trying to shed pounds not nutritional value. he did eat vegetables and meat while on his junk food diet. that brings us to the question of the day, can junk fooo be a part of a healthy diet? 4 phone lines are open at
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scan hd radar. otherwise the temperatures are not too bad for this morning hours. 45 degrees under partly cloudy skis. we will see plenty of sunshine. 56% relative humidity, the barometer is on the rise as the high pressure builds in and dew point at 33 degrees. it means it's pretty dry out there. 42 in salisbury, it's cooler on the west. you see hagerstown at 39 and oakland at 34 degrees. winds around 5-10 miles per hour now. they may get up to 15 later in the afternoon and gust as high as 20 miles per hour but they won't be nearly as strong as yesterday. that is because low pressure moves out to sea and high pressure moves closer to where we are is that will help diminish the winds that are creating by the gradient. look at the northwest wind, it will be a faiily seasonable day as we climb into the upper 60s and stay there for the entire week it looks like. you will see the rain on sunday night, maybe a shower then if
anything at all. the chances are that it will 65 degrees for the high temperature at the eastern shore. note the winds higher than elsewhere. 1020 miles per our gusting to 30. that's because, again you will be closer to the low pressure moving off into the atlantic and high prie pressure building in d it. 58 degrees and still breezy but not as windy. 10-15-mile-an-hour winds gusting we will enjoy plenty of sunshine with a few clouds in. that's for hagerstown and really and slightly to the west of there as you get into the higher elevations, though. high temperatures may only be in the low 40s. 41 for the low tonight under mainly clear skies. we will stay near 60 degrees pretty much through the week will it's upper 50s to near 60. you're looking at plenty of sunshine through most of thh week, veterans day, and friday and saturday, too. and maybe a late shower as i mentioned overnight saturday and
sunday, but just an outside chance of that. lookkng at what is happening on the roadways, candace dold with a traffic edge. >> reporter: a lot of annoyed drivers out there especially on the top end of the beltway. the upper loop lanes at harford road only 11 miles per hour. you will find the delay. on the jfx, the congested ride ú%ere as well, 30 miles per hour road. let's talk about 83 at northern baltimmre county in fact. it's because of appear accident on the southbound lanes. you will find it at belfast road. now the good news is that it's finally in its cleaaing stages but the damage is done and we do have delays leading up toward all of the activity. you could always use falls road or york road as the alternate routee once you get past all of that and make the check on the beltway. let's takeea live look at pikeville, that is going to be a bit of a cramped ride and even the inner loop stretch as well up toward the jfx. that is the usual deal, though. as you go around the bend on
695, at liberty road, checking out the outer loop lanes, you ccn see a straight stack of cars outer -- bridges on the outer loop direction. seeing the cramped ride the ordinary deal from owings mills heading on the southbound lanes down toward the beltway. and in carroll county an reported. it's a crash involving a bus, no passengers are on board, so you will find the activity on route 32 at washington lane. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice, over to you. thank you, candace. still ahead, a kansas professor goes on a junk food -iet to prove calories are what coonts when it comes to losing weighh. we want to know what you think. can junk ffod be a part of a can junk ffod be a part of a healthy these sausage pancake bites are an amazing combination. combine that with the taste, and it's a combo combo. huh? dunkin's new sausage pancake bites. sausage inside maple-flavored pancake -- 3 for just $1.59. america runs on dunkin'.
>>a nutrition professor from kansas state university loses 27 pounds while eating twinkies and other junk food. he says he is did it to prove calorie counting is what matters when trying to shed pounds, not nutritional value. that brings us to the question of the day, can junk food be a part of a healthy diet. our first caller is kelly from baltimore. kelly, what would you think. >> i would say no, because you said healthy diet. this is junk food, how can that be healthy. >> i know, i would like it to be healthy, but i think i agree with you. let's go to kim in baltimore. good mmrning. >> good morning. >> junkkfood, fast food can all of that be a part of healthy diet. >> absolutely not, high in caloriess grrase, sodium, no, i disagree. >> thank you for your call. >> let's take a look at what folkk are saying online. we got a lot of responses. kara says, yes, it's called moderation and control.
kimberly says everything in moderation is fine. you eat too many grapes and you shot your blood sugar through the roof. moderation is key. jennifer says, no, i don't think junk food is a part of a healthy diet. not only can it cause you to gain weight, but it's unhealthy in so many other ways. shawn says not a good idea. he is not getting enough nutrition. i would not ecommend it, because people have different metabolisms and even steve fertig weighed in on this one. his was so long that i can't read it. we have been hearing about it all morning the debate in the stuuio. thank you for your comments and you steve. feeding the hungry this holiday season of the the food drive that is rewarding the donors for that i goodwill. talking taxes. they weigh in on whether the ee payments.
the ellctions are over, finally, but what happens next has some people just as concerned. the t word, taxes being talked about. governor o'malley never said he was flat out gainst taxes, so what does that mean. mmgols joins us. the governor did say he doesn't plan to introduce taxes to his budget but he doesn't necessarily say he won't go along if it's presented to him by lawmakers. the question is it likely that we will see taxes and the second part of that question, do we need to raise taxes. delegate anderson, we will start with you. >> clearly we need money.
taxes, absolutely no. george bush said and he tried to be emphatic. we're in a fragile time in the economy not just in the united states but here in the state of maryland. burden on the peopleeof maryland. >> having said that, though we're at 1.7 billion deficit. some people would say, can we afford not to do new taxes. >> and i was trying to finish my sentence, i'm sorry, patrice that i talked over you. there's new taxes that we're going to look at, but in terms of a sales tax, an income tax for property tax, those are the three main taxxs that affeet everybody. touched, but we talk about things like an alcohol tax or -- that is something that we can colonel look at?3 >> we will look at and let me bring in delegate mccomb mass into this. it's so nice to have you here today. do you think we will see tax inside the near future and are
they needed to try to battle r deficit? >> we did not need the greatest tax increase in 2007. i don't think we need the tax increase now. the concern is that we have a couple of commissions that are working on things that we won't have reported into the legisllture until december, so we are sort of a tad practice m- prematured. there's a meeting on thursday regarding the financial situation. there's a lot of talk on the alcohol tax, as well as a gas tax increese..3 %-those, is they may have some merit is that alcohol tax can affect the small business, the corner bar, the smawrl small re. that coull impact them, because a llttof people have constricted their spending going out for dinner or uying alcohol at the local pub and the other thing for gas tax, it will restrict
the goods for those who aree3 single mothers and seniors. anything that is done has to be done veey carefully. quite honestlyyi agree with delegate anderson. situation, so we should not be raising any taxes. >> let's talk about the alcohol ú%x again, because the both of ú%u have brought it up and it's been debated for years. you said it could hurt small businesses. you there's going to be people -ho say alcohol is a luxury and a dime a drink is not the end of the world. they rather raise taxes on something like that than property taxes. -s the alcohol tax the way to go. >> i agree with delegate maccooas. thhs is a tax that we haven't bothered to change in more than 20 years. a tax of hard liquor and beer and wine up in the last 30 years. it certainly has been a tax that has been protected by the alcohol industry. they have great lobbyist down in annapolis and those of us who just come off of elections fresh
understand that we represent people here in the state of maryland. we don't represent lobbyist, and this time when the people of maryland are in trouble, we really got to go into those areas that haven't been touched in the past where lobbyist partly have beeapparentlyyhave o ú%otect them. >> that is going to be the last word. thank you for joining us. coming up in the 8:00 hour, >> reporter: up next we will
it's appalling and shocking. a house of horrors. how two dogs died in this man's backyard and the charges he is facing this morning. share the holiday spirit with our nation's heres. how you can send your wn salute. >> and health insurance isn't funny until it gets the fox treatment. the star of raising hope takes us inside this week all newú episode. >> live in high definition. good morning. it's tuesday, november, 9th. you're taking a live look at the white ouse there. >> very pretty, you notice how daylight saving is this morning. >> i was there this weekend, not
that it would go anywhere. >> good morning, i'm megan gilliland. we're going to check with meteorologist steve fertig and -s here, too. >> i would call it a live look, but it is pretty. a lot of sunshine. >> thank you, steve, ppreciate that? >> there's not a whole lot going on weather wise. look, it's clear skies, we got high pressure building in. the ssower activity up new england. it's anything going on nearby but it's staying away from us, as you move south and east into the atlantic. our and high pressure that will help the winds diminish. even though it will be breezy not as windy as yesterday. 44 in salisbury, free in hagerstown only 34 in oakland. dew point is dry. it's going to be a lost sunshine and a few clouds. 58 should do it for the high. breezy but not as windy as yesttrday. winds ut of the northwest at 50 miles per hour. take a look if the winds can
diminish anytime soon. right now candace dold has the traffic edge. candace. >> reporter: there's not much to talk about in the weather garment. thhre's one thinggto clean about as far as the traffic is3 the beltway. a new accident on outer loop lanes at security boulevard. let's take a live look at the area and see how things are shaping up and it's not going to be a pretty picture because of the camera shaking around and as far as the delays, too, a lot of annoyed drivers on there. the delay starts from reisterstown road all the way toward the flashing lights. on the top end of the beltway, from 95 toward 83, that is in the ed as well. 37 mines at 16 miles per hour. doing much better as well toward baltimore. 8 minutes at 53 miles per hour and only 54 miles er hour ith a 9-minute drive on southbound 895 from the harbor tunnel all the way toward 95. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice and megan over to you.
a west baltimore man faces more than a dozen counts of animal abuse after police say he used a 12-gage shotgun to shoot his dog. he was trying to breakup a fight between his huskey and bus mass- bullmastiff using boiling water. when that didn't work, he used 2 by 4. as a last resort he took his gunshot and opened fire. the mastiff did bled too death. a 3rd dog was found starved to death inside of a crate. >> with why would ou have the animals if this is the way you're going to treat them? >> a person who answered the door where the suspected abuse happened says colemaa is a truck driver and is often gone for a long period of time but sommone
always stops by the house tt take care of the dogs. the attornny for a former rotc instructor accused of having sex with a 17 years old student wants to look at a note from the juuy. the judge declared a mistrial after the jury could not come to a verdict. hours.eliberated for just 3 1/2 the attorney says that the note may have contained information about how the jury would have voted, but the judge seeled part of the note and morrow says that is against the rules. sending sexual text messages or sexting is becoming more common among teens and even kids. now schools are starting to put a stop to all of that. under frederick school policy any student caught sexting could be expelled and they will call the parents for a conference and ú% serious enough, the principal will call police. some parents say the policy is too harsh, but others say they
have warned the kids about texting. >> i tell my son, you get caught, suffer the consequences, poonn blank. >> frederick county is the not the fiist school district across maryland to address it and prosecutors across the state are considering can a crime. a tennessee high school teach certify on unpaid leave this morning after a tiradeethat includes choiie words is caught on tape. >> i will rip you [bleep] the next time you sit and deal with and i don't care if [ inaudible >> three students say the science teacher andrew larson yelled at them for laughing during class. one of the boys had reportedly been in trouble with larson before, which is why he pulled out his phone and hit record. it's pretty scary. i mean, he sed really bad language, stuff that i wouldn't use toward anybody. >> i'm not really buying that. many students say they actually
support larson and his actions and they showed it by conducting a sit-in outside of his classroom. good for those students. almost a decade after making -eadlines for being kidnapped in her teens elizabeth smart takes the stand against her accused captor. he isson trial for holding her captive for nine months. smart testified monday that the two were married in a hasty ceremony and that he raped her every day of her captivity. >> happy meals could be a thing of the past for residents in san francisco if the city gets his way. the city is fighting to ban toys from fast food meals unless restaurants can boost the nutritional value in its meals. under the proposal mcdonalds and other fast food joints would have until december of next year to make their meals more healthy. in just a couple of minutes you can make a soldier eas's da.
the red cross is sponsoring mail or heros. and joel d smith is at the headquarters to show us how important a food words can be. >> reporter: good morning, megan and everybody. this is a cool program and it's free for everybody as well. you can get the cards, they will give them to you here at the red cross or the location where they're holding the event. fill them out and they will spend the pos age a postage as . tell us about the next event. some have already been done, a lot filled already, but more to come. >> our next event will be at the nordstrom at town center mall on veterans' day on thursday at the 4th floor atrium. >> reporter: they can bring them here up until december second at this location at northwest baltimore. you're also a millitary wife. what does this mean when these people who don't know your husband, they're sharing this with him? >> as an army wife, i see the sacrifices that millitary men
every day for their country. a simple holiday greeting card means a lot to them and says a lot that the ameeican people care. >> reporter: we will share one of those. we have something that was written recently. it's going to go out soon. >> it says dear soldier thank you for fighting for my privileges in the u.s. don't know each other, we are still linked because of this counnry. >> reporter: ta icountry. >> reporter: that is perfect. emotional stuff there. you want to do this you can do it at nordstrom at the town mall center. if you want to drop them off at this location. they will take it until december second. joel d smith, fox 45 morning news. and we are honoring our nationses heros at fox 45. all this week you can send us a picture of your milliiary friends or even family members and weewill honor them with a special soldier salute. send your photos to pics at
foxbaltimore.com. you have heard the expression the dog ate my homework. what about the dog ate my cash. for one man in seattle, that is what happened. except in this case, it wasn't just $5, it was more thann3 it all started when he sccffed a quickly led to panic when he discovered the money came from an envelope that was now empty. >> and i saw a spot where cosmo had dug. i started digging here and i barely got below the surface and i got a ot of bills and dirt. >> that is not all he got as he was digging p. with himself. -osmo the dog ate $300 in catch and $900 worth of checks. the envelope contained money collected from soccer fundraiser, but he is promising to make good on all the losses.
at least the chexz are not t completely lost. >> what about the money that he was able to salvage. >> you never know the money that passes hands. >> wash your hands. wheel of fortune sooves the puzzle with just one letter. >> [applause] what she says gavv her an advantage. i'm emily gracey live at owings mills metro station. we're handing out
live with all the details for this morning's hometown ot spott it's a great cause but good coffee and doughnuts. >> reporter: everybody wins in this situation, especially me. everybody has an extra package of ramen sitting in their cabinet. you can come on down here and very good customer service. you can get -- what are we eating this morning? >> we have a harsh brown and pancake -- saasage parchin pance bites. >> reporter: i'm joined by brandi who is taking monetary donations and a lot of ssuff. what are the ittms that are most in need. >> the proteii items. peanut butter, tuna, vegetables and fruit, a multiple array of items but those are the most needed right now. >> reporter: you got he bag more the monetary donation.
>> yes. one can process 3 pounds of food. monetary donations are needed to purchase foods for those who need it more. >> reporter: speaking of monetary donations we have a ggnerous donation by dave. this is very generous of you. tell me where this money is coming from. >> we have $20 that comessfrom residents at atrium village and $40 that comes from the atrium church. >> reporter: you can still donate at owings mills metro statiin. there's a lot of people coming out and bringing in tte canned food. for more more dogese more dore o foxbaatimore.com. my soul is warmed by the ginger bread latte, steve. >> reporter:: that was very owpoetic, emily. >> thank you. >> reporter: it looks like the activity has picked up, too. >> take a look at what is
happening out there. weather wise we have a dry scan on the sky hd radar. that means a lot of sun not shine. you saw where emily was standing and throughout the state we will get sunshine in a good dose toddy and through next several days in fact. partly cloudy skies is what they're reporting at the inner harbor. 48 degrees for a starting temperature whhch is not bad. northwest wind at 10 miles per hour. the high pressure nd 33 is the dew point so it's very dry. 45 in salisbury, up in -agerstown, 43 and it really higher elevations at oakland at 33. winds out of the northwest at 5-fen ile10 miles per hour andy at times. nothingglike yesterday so low pressure moves further off to the south and east. it makes room for high pressure to build in. getting the northerly flow and then the high pressure brings us plenty of sunshine for the rest of the week as we see the temperatures staying around
upper 50s near 60 all week long. 67 for the eastern shore with a 10-15-mile-an-hour wind gusting higher than that. central part of the state, 58 degrees with a 10-15-mile-an-hour wind gusting up to 20, but not gusting to 35 like yesterday. the est gets up to 58 degrees, that's mostly for hagerstown. it cools down as you get toward the higher elevations and there toward oakland, for example, only low 40s for highs 45 degrees for overnight highs under mainly clear skies. we stay in the upper 50s to near 60 all week long. plentyyof sunshine through the next several days, veterans day on thursday and 66 and sunny %-that for the rest of the near more clouds on sunday into monday. could have a shower late night sunday, but not a big chhnce of that. let's see what happening on the roadways with candace dold. she is here with the track edge. candace. >> reporter: steve, there's a good chance that we're going to find delays traveling on the pain lines. right now 95 on whitemarsh,
16 miles per hour. the jfx at 20 miles per hour and the beltway, 20 miles er hour on the outer loop lanes toward catonsville. there's trouble farther up, it's because of an accident near security boulevard. it's now on the right shoulder, but let's see how things are stacking up on liberty road on there.ter loop direction. we will take it the activity is finally starting to clear a bit. as for the top end of the beltwaying traveling through pikesville, it become the inner loop lane, the concern pretty much the usual deal, the ramped -ide as pikesville and up toward the 83. on the 30 side, let's take a live look at the outer loop lanes at harford road and well, it's going to be the usual deal there. it's just delayed. unfortunattly all the way down toward tarrant parkway. the inner loop is seeing delays toward 95. therees an accident inside of the beltway on bel air road at ebenezer road. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice and megan, over to you.
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it's a non-stop thriller coming to your living room.3 anchor bay entertainment is making action starrsteve austin available to tell us all about it. good morning. good morning, how arr you. >> i'm good. but you look intimidating. i don't know if i want to see the movie. i'm already ssared. >> i get that all the time. if you get a chance to hang out with me, i don't thiik you will stop laughing all day long. >> when you smiled i was less intimidated. but now we're back to the name intimidated again. >> it's sounds like a great that steve austin would deliver. that is what we do? >> what is going on in the movie. >> i'm a patrol agent and i'm trying to raise a teenage daughter of my own. she gets kidnapped by a band of criminals and i'm forced to guide them through the mountain3
to find a territory they have stolen. in this journey through the mountains i form a relationship with my daughter and she learns too-- she finds out who and what i am. that is how we get our relationship through this journey. and we filmed this movie in vancouver, most of it we shot outdoors, it was cold, wet and it played well in the movii. it's absolutely beautiful scenes in there. >> so it sounds endearing kick butt moments. did you do a lot of that? >> there's a lot of that. it's an action movie. we shot this movie up, you know, with the first and second act. and then we bring all the action home in the 3rd act. there was -- >> a lot of fun. >> do you the stuntss >> i do as many stunts as i can. that is me repelling that cliff and sliding down a lot of those mountains. >> wow! >> that is aning an interestingt
office. i take a lot of pride to make my own fight scenes. that is when you need to be in there. it makes it easier when you go fighting we were very creative and put together some really good fight scenes that i'm proud of. >> everybody will get to see it. steve, before i let you go, i hear that you're a collector? >> i'm a collector of many things. what are you speaking of? >> i don't know. this could be a set up, because your producer said to mention to you that you're a collector of sorts. i'm curious to hear what your producers are talking about? >> i think they're talking about mmy antique collection and that is the coca-cola memorabilia. i love neon clocks, a lost
things but they're talking about my antique collection. i have been antiquing for quite >> that is cool. something you wouldn't know about steve austin. it's good to know the man with the smile that will keep you smiling. >> i'm smiling. >> all right, steve. [ laughher ] >> you take care. it's great talking with you this morning. -p>> thank you very much. hunt to kill is on blu blu-y and dvd. the 4th and 5th caller as (410)481-4545 win a dvd of the movie. do you love the show glee? if you are one of the many who just can't get enough, producers and actors are now making it wwat new details they're dishing. and next bowwow takes
it's important to workout at any age. foo this morning's get hit with fox, we have tips for elderly adults on fitness pllns. den nicden nicedenise davism is here to join us. what can they do to make sure they're still working out. are there any exercises you suggest? >> it's very important for them to rrmember that activity is a daily living. grocery shopping, driving their car, doing housework and things like that. multiple joint movements are very effective. i'm going to show you some today that we can do from the chair. >> i'm going to help you out here? ú% you can stand or sit.
i'm going tt have you sitting. one thing i would like you to do is warm up just a bit. look up and down and to the sides and to your left, and good, shoulder rolls. shoulder roolz up and down, excellent. and now we're going to take your knees and just spin them around, right in ere, right in the chair. kneee and ankles. >> and this is loosening all of the joints. >> it helps to get the blood flow to your muscles. we're going to be using the bands today. the bands come in different resistance. this is the least resistance. >> good. >> i'm going to have you, if you would, please, under your foot. we are going to do some leg extensions. this is going to work the top part of your leg. we are going to work your foot, the small portion off of the floor and you're going to strengthen that leg.
>> how many should people do? >> reporter: 8 to 10. fitness should be fun not boring. 8-10 sets, one or two sets. >> this is for elderly people who can't go to the gym. where can they get these bands. >> reporter: sporting good store, and wal-mart in the fitness section. >> denise thank you. if you want tips that denise brought this morning, go to foxbaltimore.com. president george w. bush hit!!hasa book hhtting store shs today. which names are mentioned. she shocked us all with her master puzzle solving skills. how much this woman walked away with after solving the puzzle with just one letter there. 8:29 is the time. you are watching fox 45 morning news, all local all morning. that's amazing.
we're back. 8:31 is the time. welcome back to fox 45 morning3 news. i'm patrice harris. >> i'm meean gilliland. and just when you thought you were rid of us we come backk about the weather. >> not today, today it a good day. >> you don'ttwant to really need me this week because it's going to be the same each and every day. upper 50s near 60, a lot of sunshine. low pressure center that is was bringing a little bit of snow up in new england, yesterday in fact moves out to south and east. makes way for high pressure to move in. you can see clear skies for the most part. we will see a few clouds mixed in. 48 degrees starting out and 46 in d.c. 43 in hagerstown. cooler in oakland. dew points low in the low 30s. it's going to be dry and that will allow for plenty sun and a
few clouds, too. 58 degrees for the high with a breezy northwest wind at 10-15 miles per hour but certainly not as breezy as yesterdayment we will take a look at the rest of the forecast which we summed up for you a couple of minutes ago. right here is candace dold with the traffic edge. >> reporter: all right, steve. we can sum up the commute this morning in one word, delays. here is a look at the route 40 at catonsville. you can see the drivers are sitting in that delay. in fact, that is what you will find from 795 all the way down toward 95, a heavy go, 24 minutes, at 26 miles per hour. but then, doing better through baltimore. stop by 95, from the fort mchenry tunnel toward the beltway. we like that ride. 8 minutes at 54 miies per hour with a 9 minute clip from the harbor tunnel all the way down towardd95. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice and egan, over to you.
here are the stories we're following this morning. presidenttobama continues with his tour through asia this morning. his next stop indonesia. but it might not be the warm welcome that he is looking for. cameras captured protesters holding signs against the president who spent part of his childhood in indonesia. the president is scheduled to be there for two days, meeting with indonesia's president attending an official diiner and visiting the largest mosque in northeast asasia. >> reporter: it will take a couple of minutes. why don't you take sometime to write to your servicemen. it's all called male for heros. theenext event you can do this aa, this thursday at towson town center at nord storm. you can you can drop it by at the natural location. imagine you on it would be to
send words of encouragement to the troops, it takes a cup of seconds. president bush's book is out today. the book is expected to reveal never before heard details about the president's time in office, including the september 11 attacks. some the names mentioned in the book, john mccain, dick chhney and president obama. a singer pops the question again and an on, again, and off again couple is. you see how that may are hard to >> on again, off again couple they are on again. >> a diva hopes they will celebrate the holiday with her. wedding bells will be ringing soon for nick lachey. he finally popped the question. he took to twitter to confirm that the rumors are true. nick who was divorced from
jessica simpson wanted to the take it slower. the couple is excited about ennagement and look barred t foa wonderful life together. bowwow took to twitter to spill his guts. fame may be too much for the star to handle. he complains about the music industry and saying he wish he had gotten a job and gone to school. he also says, sometimes he wishes he was dead so he could get peace. that sounds like a cry for hem to me, but hopefully somebody is listening. i'm sure his people will have him take a break for things for a while. for now we wish bowwow the best of luck. they have been spotted togeeher. this time court sided they came to nellie's birthday. they danced the night away at his parry acroos the street. they are making headlines for being the most public, none
public coupleewe have seen since bee jay and beyonce claimed they were just friends. for us it means a fierce world tour. that's right, she is doing it again with the holiday special. this time b steps behind the camera and helped to produce,ú direct and he had at this time.3 -- edit. there's a lot of back room candid moments. go for being the ultimate hustler and showing us last year's world tour. the triple dare from the kardashian sisterses to peta. each one of the trio responded to wearing a dead animal. first up with courtney. at first glance, the jacket is faux fur, but the hat isn't. then clohe takes it to another
level with the pet scarf combo. she posee nakedpo naked for pet. i'm going to go ith this being fake but the ears make t offensive. last but not least, kim with this fabulous, shoulder length collar, i'm all for a nice mink but i think the girl is trying to ruffle peta's feathers. i'm brandi proctor. ú%e you next week. she didn't want to offend them that much. ú% just one is enough. musical numbers guest carson a little bit of drama. you the put it altogether and you have the fox show, glee. >> the midnight train ♪ ♪ going anywhere >> the producers know these are the core elementt of the show's success, but they want to keep viewers glued o glee. so they're shaking things up a bit. the stars are giving uu some
details about future episodes. >> it's homework coming up next with glee. i can't even put it all in one sentence, but a love triangle, there's new characters and new people joining the glee club. some people leave, so something really really great. you can see glee tonight at 8:00 p.m. here on fox 45. this show makes me want to sing. >> we will work on that. >> you can sing? >> no, coming up fox's new hit show raising hope airs brand new episode tonight after garrett dila hunt fills us in on what makes today' show so funny? there's a strategy. >> the wheel of fortune contestant solves the puzzle with just one letter and an
ú%> welcome back. it's 8:42. we're looking at a dry scan on hd radar. 48 degrees downtown at the inner harbor with partly cloudy skies. the dew point is low. we have a lot of air in place. -he barometer is rising. high pressure building in. 40s throughout the area this morning. 36 out toward oakland, a little bit chillier in the higher elevations and you see the northwesterly flow bringing us cooler air but northwest winds at 5-10 miles per hour could increase this afternoon. it won't be as windyyas yesterday. that is because low pressure moves out to sea and high pressure builds in. it gets a little bit more or closer to being overhead. by tomorrow when it is overheadú the winds diminish.
the winds will be up 10-20 miles per how on the eastern shore. partly cloudy skies there. mostly clear for the central part of the state, where bayy3 should -- 58 should do it for the high. much cooler as you get to the higher elevations where maybe low 40s will do it for the high innthat part of the state. still breezy with a 5-15--mile-an-hour wind. we stay at 50 degrees all week long with a lot of sunshine through veterans day, saturday and sunday, more clouds with a chance for a shower, an overnight chance for a monday into friday. we will continue to check out the actual speeds as the cars roll over our sensors right now. it's not going to be a pretty pictuue on 95 through whitemarsh. we're still at 95 miles per -- 5 miles per hour. we do have to talk about an accident in baltiiore county.
you will find crews on the scene of this 1, timonium road at greenspring drive. you can always use pe padonia rd as an alternate route. very light activity on the southbound lanes and the southbound stretch doww toward the padonia road exit. on the bet way, let's take a live look at york rrad approaching the 83. we have cars that are bunching up there heading toward greenspring and the jjfx. we are dealing with a heavy ride from the north way to the beltway. that's a look at the morningg3 travels. back to you. coming up your chance to win a sugar land cd. an ipod and even a home threaters just minutes away from next, actor garrett dela hunt talks to us about the new
hold on a second. what type of insurance does he have [ laughter ] >> we don't have that. >> fox's raising hope isn't exactly your ordinary family sit-com. it follows theeantics of a modest family trying to raise a baby the best way they know how. the comeey will feature an all new episode tonight. fox broadcasting is making the actor available to talk with us. >> gooddmorning, megan. >>leave it to this show to make a topic like health insurance actually funny. >> i think it's going to be a good episode and people will relate more than they expected to this. >> in tell us a little bit about it? >> this particular episode is called sniffles and it's about
jimmy's realization that he needs to find health insurance for his daughter. which he doesn't realize is a foreign concept to his parents. >> is that is the one thing thht is so interesting about this show. it appeals to everybody whether you're a parent or even if you're not. >> i agree with you. i think -- think these times that this country is going through is something that draws people to the show. you know, you see -- these aren't affluent people. they are struggling to make it. they have a lot of hurdles they got to clear every day. but there's a real feeling of love underneath it and a lot of laughter in the even hard times. >> coming that we do need -- something e do need. infants, they rule the roost. what is it like working with babies on set? >> we have all gotten so close to these two, it's a set of twins, bailey and riley.
they haae very distinct personalities. we will use one for certain things aad one for another. we have gotten so close to them. i'm sort of dreading them growing up. >> oh. >> and possibly out growing the show. they're so much fun. and when they smile at you, you just feel so good. iidon't have children of my own and it feels good to play with them every day. >> that is definitely a nice perk for you at your work, then. and obviously, working on this show is a peek. you have such a great ccst together, don't you? >> i love this cast. i think it's a great ensemble and it's a true ensemble and i think what really makes the show work on than the brilliant writing is tte way the cast can playoff of each other and knows when to give focus where focus is due. >> right. >> it's a lot of fun to go to work every day. >> we will be foousing on tonight's episode. we can't wait to see it. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, candace. you can see raising hopp
call him a one letter show wonder. a show guru. >> no matter how you speel it, this woman won big. >> reporter: she was excited then. [applause]. >> reporter: sh and she is stl excited. you would be excited, too if all you needed to solve this wheel of fortune phrase is just one -etter. >> what is this phrase. >> oh, my god! >> hum. >> can i buy a vowel. >> i have no idea. >> i'm stunned. >> reeorter: but fashion editor karen wasn't. post say jack was rendered momentarily mute when kaitlyn asked to solve the puzzle so soon. >> can i solve? >> it's a puzzle. >> i got a good feeling about this. >> that's right.
no one looked more shocked than her fellow contestant. look at his face. i had a good feeling about it. >> reporter: this transplanted new yorker is such a fan of the show that she got tears in her eyes, the first time she spun the wheel. ú%ways the apostrophe. the first word was i for isle. if you think kaitlyn is a one letter wonder. she had the phrase figured out before there were any letters out. you knew it when it was empty. >> i do this all the time at home. i call it before there's any letters and half the time i'm right. >> reporter: theyycalled her a wiz, said it was staged and rigged. >> that is funny. i don't know how you would cheat. >> reporter: kaitlyn won a total of $53,000 which includes a caribbean trip. she plans to payoff her student loan. >> i have a bucket list of things i want to do. number one is be on the wheel of
fortune. >> reporter:: the fact that kit lin involved this with only one letter. i can't even solve it when there's one letter remaining. we saw the contestant solve it with no letters remaining. >> regis furman and kelly rip. i had a good feeling about this. >> jeanne mose, new york. that contestant next to her is looking like, who is she -elated to in the wheel of fortune. she should have kept going. she could have won that is still got ter more letters -- still gotten more letters. your chance of qualifying for an ipod and home theater system is oments away. you are watching fox 45 morning news, all local all morning. my "me time" is when i thought i parked on level 2.
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we're still trying to figure guessed that. >> never. >> one letttr? i'm telling you she could guess next week's. >> she probable already has it3 done. >> you don't think it was rigged. there's no cheating at all? >> she was between i and alv. >> woman she was amazing. >> high temperature today of -- less windy. still breezy and tomorrow 59 degrees with even lesser winds. near 60 degrees for the rest of the week. she could have told you that. [ laughter ] ú% the wheee of fortune. i should check with her about the forecast next weekk we do have something to give away to you today. sugar land new cd is called the
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